Carbine WALTHER G41 AC43 w/ Scope

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Type:
Carbine
Model:
G41 AC43 w/scope
Action:
Semi-Auto
Caliber:
7.92Mauser
Mag/Capacity:
10
Grading:
+++
Acquisition-Permit:
PAA
Barrel-Length:
546mm
Overall-Length:
1140mm
Weight:
5.1kg

Description

Introducing the Walther G41 AC43: A Remarkable WWII Rifle

The Walther G41 AC43, a cherished relic from the annals of World War II, stands as a testament to precision engineering and wartime innovation. This exceptionally rare prototype rifle is a mesmerizing fusion of mechanical excellence and aesthetic finesse, sure to captivate both firearms enthusiasts and history buffs alike.

Key Features:

  • Serial #764: Each rifle is a unique piece of history, and this one bears the mark of individuality with serial number 764.

  • Original ZF41 Scope: Enhancing accuracy and precision, the G41 boasts its original ZF41 scope, a window into the past.

  • All Matching Serial Numbers: Every component of this rifle bears matching serial numbers, preserving its authenticity and historical value.

A Legacy of WWII:

The G41, a battle rifle intricately linked to Nazi Germany's wartime efforts, played a pivotal role during World War II. As the need for increased firepower on the battlefield became evident in 1940, the German Army sought innovative solutions to bolster infantry effectiveness. Both Mauser and Walther stepped up to the challenge, presenting prototypes that shared remarkable similarities.

Innovative Design:

The G41 showcased an innovative "Bang" system, named after its Danish inventor, Søren H. Bang. This revolutionary design harnessed propellant gases through a cone-shaped gas trap at the muzzle, directing them to operate a small piston. This piston, in turn, propelled a long piston rod, facilitating breech opening and reloading.

Stringent Specifications:

Notably, the G41 adhered to stringent specifications, including:

  • No barrel perforations for gas tapping
  • Concealed moving parts on the surface
  • A bolt-action backup mechanism in case of auto-loading failure

Historical Significance:

Although the G41's reign was relatively short-lived, eclipsed by the G43, its role in shaping wartime firearms technology remains undeniable. Today, owning a G41 AC43 is owning a piece of history—a tangible connection to the challenges and innovations of World War II.

Explore the depths of history and craftsmanship with the Walther G41 AC43. Each rifle tells a story, and this one speaks of innovation, resilience, and the indomitable spirit of an era.

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